RPC I, 146

 

Image of specimen #4

 

Coin type
Volume I
Number 146
Province Tarraconensis
Region Hispania
City Carthago Nova
Reign Roman Republic
Dating about the middle and second half of the first century BC
Obverse inscription P ATEL(LI)(VS)
Obverse design coiled serpent
Reverse inscription L FABRIC
Reverse design inscription in one of two crossed rectangles
Metal Æ
Average diameter 23 mm
Average weight 7.29 g
Reference Vives 173–8, Beltrán 1, GMI 161
Specimens 32
Note Cayón 21 Jan. 2011, lot 2090, 2.80, 20 mm, has auctioned a coin from a Carthago Nova coin collector supposedly struck in this mint. M ACI / MAX on the obv. and hammer, patera? and tongs on the rev. Al- though possible, it is not sure that the coin was struck in Carthago Nova
Correction Corrected coin-type (post publication)

Specimens of this coin type

Number Museum Bibliography
1     ANE 25/5/1957, 142
2     Calicó 6/1979, 362
3     Cop SNG 482
4     ✸ L: 1161 FITA, pl. VII–17
5     L: 1162
6     L: 1165
7     Ba: 14799
8     Madrid: 9552
9     Madrid: 9560
10     Madrid: 9561
11     Madrid: Sastre 10400
12     Madrid: Sastre 10401
13     B: Löbb
14     C
15     L: 1163
16     Museu Municipal d'Alcoi: 1264
17     C
18     Calicó 11/1978, 235
19     L: 1164
20     B: 17507
21     B: 17508
22     B: 17509
23     B: 12634
24     Vat: 313
25     Madrid: 9553
26     Madrid: 9556
27     NY: 69222
28     NY: HSA 23698
29     NY: Newell
30     NY: Newell
31     Vives 173–8
32     Áureo 5.3.1997 lot 119